"It is a 50kw system, it will produce about 4% of electricity for our campus.
" The projections are that we will produce a significant amount of electricity, and we have a pay back period of 7 years.
"The panels last around 20 years. It is vital to show our commitment to long termenvironmental sustainability, and this is a big step towards reducing ourCO2 by 2015."
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